Boxer Anthony Joshua was one of London's true stars of the Olympics. The Watford-born heavyweight started the Games a novice on the international scene- and finished as a gold medallist.
Now he's going professional, and this weekend he'll make his debut at the O2 Arena. He told Rags Martel that he hopes his Olympic journey has prepared him for this next step in his career. This report contains flashing images.
A project which uses boxing to help young Londoners avoid a life of crime and violence, is showcasing its work tonight. The project's called "Fight For Peace", and it's getting its message across with the help of two of London 20-12's Olympic gold medallists.
Anthony Joshua -- the super-heavyweght champion from Watford. And Nicola Adams, who trained at a London gym before becoming the first woman to win an Olympic boxing gold medal.They're joining us from the project's academy in Woolwich..
Actor Will Smith, who's in London for the premiere of 'Men In Black 3', swapped a few punches with Finchley boxer Anthony Joshua this morning. Joshua will fight for Britain at the London Olympics while Smith knows a few moves after starring in the film 'Ali'.